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Four Weekend Masses

Take Eucharist to the Hospital

Eucharistic ministers bring communion to parishioners at the hospital on Sunday mornings.  The  hospital  maintains a listing of who to visit. Training is provided and service is on a rotating basis about once every six weeks.

Take Eucharist to Senior Care Centers and the Homebound

There are parishioners who are homebound or living in Senior Care Centers who love having someone stop by for a short visit, prayer, communion and news about our parish. Training is provided. Time commitment varies depending on the number of people you wish to visit, from one to many.

Bake Eucharistic Bread Used at Mass

If you are comfortable in the kitchen why not be a member of one of our bread baking teams? Baking takes place in the Saint Boniface kitchen during the day or evening. We’ll find a time that works for you. Scheduling is on a rotation basis, 4-5 times per year.

Prayer Line

Pray at home for various intentions. This is something you can do at any time of the day or evening, you just have to be sure to pray every day.  You will be contacted with the names and intentions of the person for whom you are asked to pray. 

Food Pantry

As part of the Bay County Food  Pantry Network, we have an ongoing collection of food, paper products, and personal items for the Food Pantry. Volunteers serve for a week at a time to prepare a food order at the pantry for clients that are referred to the Network by various social service agencies in the county.  A schedule is prepared on a rotating basis and each person serves a week about every month and a half to two months as the need arises. You need to be available during the day for this ministry.

Office/Clerical Help

There are times when a volunteer is needed for an hour or two to answer phones, greet visitors, help with parish mailings, stuff bulletins etc. Most of these tasks require the person to be available during the week day. Occasionally there are tasks that could be done at your home at your convenience. Commitment is according to your schedule. All adults are invited to assist in this ministry.

Nurses to Help with Blood Pressure

Nurses take blood pressure readings every month after masses on coffee and donut Sundays or when we have a parish breakfast. They also have available assorted health pamphlets and will listen to your health concerns.

Photograph Parish Projects/Events

If you are present at parish events or projects and would be willing to take photos and share them with us we would be most grateful.  We are able to use digital images in our parish bulletin and other publications.

Migrant Ministry

Parishes throughout the Diocese of Saginaw support Migrant Ministry through donations of food, clothing and money.  The donations are distributed via the Migrant Food Pantry to the Migrants that travel from southern states (primarily from Texas and Florida) to work in agricultural jobs within our 11 counties.  The sacramental needs of the Migrants are also addressed while they are a part of the diocese. 

Worship Environment/Church Decorating

Many talents are needed to prepare and maintain the overall atmosphere of our church environment. Those interested in seasonal decorating, floral arranging or related areas are invited to assist the Worship Commission.  Men and women are needed in this ministry.  Most demand is for the Christmas and Easter seasons.


Banners or other fabric items are often needed for the environment plan for the church. If you have a talent for sewing, we would love to have your help. Time commitment is minimal and can be done at your own home.

Launder Altar Linens at Home

Serve for a month at a time on a rotation basis approximately three times per year. Linens need to be picked up after Sunday Mass and returned for the following weekend.

Weekend Masses

5:00 pm – St. James Church

8:30 am – St. James Church
10:30 am – St. Boniface Church
12:30 pm – St. Boniface Church
(bilingual mass)

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About All Saints Parish

On July 1, 2014, the parishes of St Boniface, St James and Our Lady of Guadalupe merged and formed the new faith community of All Saints Parish. We invite you to join us to worship together in community and serve the Lord.

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